Pisa and Lucca Day Trip from Florence
Visit the Leaning Tower of Pisa and Lucca in a Small Group with Transportation Included
One of the world's most recognizable sites, the Leaning Tower of Pisa is a symbol of Italy. With luxury air-conditioned transportation from Florence, head to Pisa for the Leaning Tower, Cathedral, and the Piazza dei Miracoli. Then explore the picturesque town of Lucca with your entertaining expert guide for an amazing full day in Tuscany.
- Pisa and Lucca in a Day
- Luxury Transportation from Florence
- Leaning Tower of Pisa
- Pisa Cathedral and Piazza dei Miracoli
- Lucca Within the Walls
- Piazza dell'Anfiteatro
- Lucca's San Martino Cathedral
- Guinigi Tower, the Original Urban Roof Garden
Are you looking for the best day trip to Pisa from Florence? Join this tour for our incredible guides, luxury transportation, and an amazing guided tour of Lucca in addition to Pisa. Take an awesome picture holding up the Leaning Tower, see the medieval walls of Lucca, and taste one of Italy's most delicious cakes. This 9-hour full day tour from Florence includes:
Air-Conditioned Transportation Included from Florence
Admission to the Pisa Cathedral
Visit to the Piazza dei Miracoli to see the Leaning Tower of Pisa
Guided Tour of Pisa and Lucca with Friendly Local Guide
Buccellato Cake Tasting in Lucca
Transportation Included from Florence
Beginning at a convenient location in central Florence, hop on our luxury air-conditioned coach to Pisa. Drive through the rolling hills of Tuscany, seeing the stunning landscape as your driver takes you to Pisa and later, Lucca.
Avoid the hassle of the trains, tickets or a rental car. Sit back and relax on your wonderful day trip from Florence.
The Leaning Tower of Pisa
When in Italy, snapping a photo holding up the tower is a checklist item worth an awesome memory. On your first stop of the day, you'll experience the great Leaning Tower of Pisa/
Built in the 12th century celebrating victory after a conquest of Palermo, medieval Pisa was a powerful city-state. Unaware of the lack of stability on the marshy hill, the great tower took over 200 years to build but was not intended to be at an angle. Now at a stable tilt, the Leaning Tower has become one of Italy's most famous sites.
Had it stayed straight up, few would visit the impressive landmark today. Experience the Tower in person, taking in the grandeur and uniqueness of the world icon.
Pisa Cathedral and the Piazza dei Miracoli
Built along with the Tower over 800 years ago, Pisa is centered around the Piazza dei Miracoli. Translated to the "field of miracles" in English, the grand square of Pisa is an impressive locale on its own.
Across the square from the Leaning Tower, visit the great Cathedral of Pisa. An impressive medieval church packed with history, your guide will lead you through before departing Pisa for Lucca.
Tuscany's Most Beautiful Town?
From Pisa, you will take a short ride through vineyards and riverbeds to Lucca. Protected by its Renaissance Era walls, the colorful stucco and cobbled squares are unfiltered Tuscan magnificence.
Head through the alley ways and piazzas of old town Lucca as your guide leads you to the ultimate view above the city's ceramic rooftops. Though less visited than it's leaning compatriot, Lucca's Guinigi Tower dominates the Lucchese skyline and is a great comparison to the tower in Pisa.
If the antique shops, ancient streets and beautiful scenes hasn't brought you to love Lucca, we know what will make your trip to the city truly memorable. Before heading back to Florence, taste the Luccan specialty, Buccellato. This delicious ring shaped cake is perfect for your afternoon coffee, completing this wonderful Tuscan day trip.
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Lucca Was So Cool!
We initially took this trip to see the Leaning Tower, which was cool don't get me wrong. But Lucca was such a cute town! I don't remember the name of the place where we ate lunch but the pasta was so good. Is there a way to find out the restaurant name? Great time overall!
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